Tigi Bed Head Ego Boost Split End Mender is the center of attention today.
Actually I’m a huge fan of oils in my body and hair care routine. I’ve heard a lot about this treatment, but couldn’t get around to it. However, once I saw it discounted and there it is.
I’m familiar with the brand, and I like their shampoo, hair conditioner and hairspray, so I thought this one would turn my hair into a magnificent mane too.
The bottle is bright pink with a green cap. Looks nice and eye-catching.
The dispenser is handy - you block it by turning it to the right and unblock by turning it to the left.
The oil is see-through and muddy. The fragrance is flowery and chemical, and I don’t really like it. It’s runny, lightweight and sticky, and I had to wash my hands thoroughly after using it.
Boost that ego and save your hair. This leave-in conditioner helps to mend split ends and protects dry, damaged hair from environmental elements, chemical treatments and brushing.
About the product:
- Conditioning complex moisturises hair making it feel softer and easier to comb
- Adds soft texture and natural shine
- Formulated with Keratin which is known to reduce frizz and improve manageability
- Fragrance: Fruit and Berries
How to Use: Apply sparingly to hair after shampoo. Rub and massage deep into the ends of hair. Do not rinse out.
I apply this treatment onto damp or towel-dry hair. I don’t see any reason to apply it onto completely dry hair, to be honest.
As I’ve mentioned above, I hate that I have to wash my hands afterwards, and I totally dislike the scent.
First of all, it doesn’t heal my hair. But the treatment doesn’t make it appear better either.
This is my hair right after a hair cut:
This is my hair after 5 months of using this treatment:
The ends are dry and wispy, aren’t they? There is no softness or silkiness to my hair. I haven’t seen any kind of effect on it. I feel sorry for my hair under this useless film.
In the end, I cut my hair and that’s what it looks like after two months:
I’m satisfied, thanks, scissors.
The treatment lasts long: I used it for a year and I’m only halfway through the bottle.